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It is so true that your cell phone is always with you; however there are still good reasons to maintain a landline. Not having to worry about getting a strong cell signal might be the primary one, but voice-over-IP (VoIP) services offer some nifty calling and also voicemail programs beyond only a reliable connection and also for most businesses, landlines are a must.
You might still get a landline number from your local telephone or cable operator Verizon, AT and T and the rest. But you can do better than that: You might use a lower cost VoIP service that takes benefit of your broadband NET connection for your telephone service.
VoIP is typically incredibly easy to set up. You get a box or special telephone adapter unit from the service provider; plug it into energy, your Internet router, and also a standard phone handset. An alternative that is becoming less ordinary is to buy a SIP telephone that contains electronics enabling it to sidestep the requirement for the adapter.